Designating time to plan for the future is essential, as is reflecting on and learning from the past.
Focus on growth rather than goals. Have a growth mindset and the goals will follow.
Silent acknowledgment works better when people are venting.
True wealth is not about money.
The generosity of spirit is far more important than giving money.
Criticism gives rise to uncomfortable emotions. Seeing these emotions as data and not as judgements helps us to be more open to criticism.
Wabi-sabi is the Japanese philosophy of embracing the beauty of imperfection.
There is no magic bullet to happiness. There will always be discomfort and worry.
The more you understand someone, the less you can be angry with them.
What matters is not how many things you know, but rather how well you know the things that matter.
All successful leaders lead with empathy. Empathy drives purpose and purpose drives results.
Prayer is recognition that we can’t figure out this thing called life, on our own.
DAD: “Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is true wisdom. Mastering others is strength; mastering yourself is true power.”
No. Education is the sum of your total knowledge. Everything from tying your shoes to understanding where you spend your money.
When your spending behaviour contradicts your values and goals.
If the only acceptable result is perfection, you’re setting yourself up for fair failure.
Getting better every day is the only guaranteed path to happiness.
Success is the progressive realization of your goals.
Spend less than you earn.
DAD: It is important to balance preparing for the future and enjoy the present as long as you do not spend more than you earn.